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Webex names new CEO

April 9, 2013

Prior to joining Webex, Edwards was CEO of Extrusion Dies Industries.

Gary Edwards has been named CEO of Webex, Inc. Edwards assumed the CEO position on February 1 following Bertram Capital’s acquisition of Webex in December 2012.

“Gary has extensive experience helping profitable industrial companies realize their full potential,” says Kevin Yamashita, a Bertram Capital partner. “He has unique expertise developing strategies for efficient manufacturing, integrating acquired businesses, and implementing organic growth initiatives which build upon the company’s core competencies.”

Prior to joining Webex, Edwards was CEO of Extrusion Dies Industries, LLC, (EDI), a supplier of extrusion dies to the plastics processing industry with plants in North America, Europe and Asia. Before joining EDI, he was the CEO at Tyden Group, Inc., a global manufacturer of specialized security, identification, traceability and security products. Edwards was also Chief Executive Officer at Phillips and Temro Industries, a producer of diesel engines and exhaust components for the automotive, light and heavy truck industries, off-highway construction and power generation markets. Edwards holds an MBA from the University of Manitoba and a Bachelor of Science in engineering from the University of Regina in Saskatchewan.

Comments Edwards: “Webex is focused on product innovation and continual investment in manufacturing process development. Our adherence to stringent quality standards and commitment to supporting customers long after the sale has been completed, has earned Webex recognition as the benchmark brand. The company is well positioned for even faster growth in the future.”